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San Diego County Orchid Society Celebrates 70th Birthday With Annual Show

March 11
By Tom Fudge

The San Diego County Orchid Society kicked off its 70th annual show on Friday with plant judging. The event at the Scottish Rite Center in Mission Valley continues through Sunday.

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Walter Pomeroy Is San Diego's Everyman Art Collector

March 11
By Angela Carone

A new exhibit at downtown San Diego's Central Library features the mid-century art collection of San Diegan Walter Pomeroy, who amassed the collection over years with little money.

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Documents Raise Questions About San Diego Aquaculture Project

March 11
By Claire Trageser

Reports of diseased and deformed fish are raising questions about Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute’s role in running a proposed fish farm four miles off San Diego’s coast.

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Border Officials To Review San Ysidro Taser Death Of Mexican Immigrant

March 9
By Jean Guerrero

A use-of-force review board with U.S. Customs and Border Protection will meet Thursday on the man's death in a confrontation with more than a dozen border officers. The incident went viral after bystanders made public cellphone videos of the confrontation.

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California Counts: Mobilizing The State’s Refugee Voters

March 9
Midday Edition
By Megan Burks

Voter turnout in San Diego's refugee community is low, but those refugees who do vote never miss an election. Now a nonprofit is working to get out the vote among refugees — betting they'll become super voters.

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San Diego Lab Helps Families Dealing With Exceedingly Rare Diseases

March 9
By David Wagner

Raising a child with a developmental disorder is hard. It's even harder when that disorder is so rare, most doctors have never heard of it.

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Teach Co-Workers Improv And They Bond Over Laughs

March 4
By Claire Trageser

San Diego's Finest City Improv aims to teach employees engagement and teamwork by asking them to perform silly improv comedy routines together.

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San Diego Scientists Solve Mystery Behind A Son's Sudden Death

March 4
By David Wagner

Dardie Robinson's son, Daniel, died suddenly at 29, and no one knew why — until researchers in La Jolla started looking at her family's DNA.

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California's High Housing Costs Could Cause Problems

March 3
By Erik Anderson

California is adding jobs and wages are going up, but a new economic review warns a housing shortage could crimp the state's economic growth.

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San Diego Earthquake Simulator Rocks Metal Pilings

Feb. 23
By Erik Anderson

San Diego researchers are among those testing materials that could help make existing buildings more resistant to earthquakes.

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Tiny Neighborhood Of Tiny Homes Planned For Escondido

Feb. 23
By Claire Trageser

Janet Ashforth is building her own 300-square-foot home, and is planning a development of 50 tiny homes in Escondido.

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Who Will Win The Oscar For Best Original Score?

Feb. 19
By Angela Carone

An Oceanside-based film composer analyzes the five contenders for best original score at this year's Academy Awards.

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People With Food Allergies Say Life-Saving Drug Too Expensive

Feb. 18
By Kenny Goldberg

An EpiPen, an auto-injector filled with epinephrine, is a drug that can stop an allergic reaction. But it's expensive, and 95 percent go unused by the expiration date.

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4,500 Marines, Sailors Deploy With USS Boxer Group From San Diego

Feb. 12
By Susan Murphy

The Marines and sailors will work together on various missions during the seven-month deployment to the Middle East and Asia Pacific region, including disaster relief and embassy and security evacuations.

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Too Much Love May Be Hurting San Diego Park

Feb. 11
By Erik Anderson

Torrey Pines State Reserve is the third most visited state park in California. Park officials are working hard to keep all those visitors from damaging the fragile resources.